It seems that Apple was thinking about the iPhone back in 1983. Thisimage of a 1983 prototype phone comes from the Apple Museum collectionbeing housed at Stanford University.The ipad is a line of tablet computers designed, developed andmarketed by Apple. Its primarily used as a platform for audio-visualmedia including books, periodicals, movies, music, games, apps and webcontent.
Best in education apps by Apple Reading best app reviews/teacher blogs Once I became interested in an app that I thought might work for my first graders (whole group), I watched many videos (mostly you tube) and tutorials. Several sites I used in my research can be found on my wiki page .
1. Projecting my iPad onto my screen.2. Did some math warm-ups using apps I already had (splash math 1st grade). All students responded on dry erase boards.3. Spent “Read Across America” week reading many Dr. Seuss eBooks.
Splashtop Whiteboard allows teachers and students to turn their iPad into an interactive whiteboard. No need to stay at the front of class. Freedom to roam around. Annotate over ANYTHING – Use gestures to draw, highlight, or write over any content. Use different colored and sized pens, highlighter, shapes, and text tools over existing content or background templates.
Morning Message using Splashtop Whiteboard: You can type in the message as students read along. They then look for words they know (phonics skill, word wall words ). On this day, the message was pre-written on a power point. › Using Splashtop Whiteboard, students can use the iPad to highlight and underline words they know. › Complete reading lesson plan can be found on Wiki
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